Friday, 19 May 2017

Inspired By Machines,

drawn and manufactured for the New York Art Director Club in 2015, 


 the Rockwell Group asked designers/artists at Larose Guyon to create an distinctive piece of art for the EMC2 Hotel’s lobby,

 the sculpture had to be interactive, 

 by revisiting the zoetrope, a table top a forerunner to cinema invented in 1834 by William George Horner and Simon von Stampfer, the viewer looks through a small aperture to see the show, Larose Guyon was inspired to create their own new way to animate objects,

forty-four pairs of laser-cut copper wings are arranged inside a large wheel which is cranked by hand. Looking inside while turning the hand crank will give life to the otherwise motionless display,

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and here is how it was made, and what it looks like in motion, amazing!


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